Table of contents for Bradley's Arnold Latin prose composition / edited and revised with an appendix on continuous prose composition by Sir James Mountford.

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CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION-The Parts of Speech	1
Analysis of the Sentence	11
Order of Words and Clauses	16
EXERCISES
I. Elementary Rules	23
II. III. Meaning of Words and Phrases	28, 33
IV. Agreement of Subject and Verb	36
V. VI. Accusative with Infinitive, Oratio Obliqua (Indirect Discourse)	39, 42
VII. Nominative with Infinitive	45
VIII. Adjectives-Agreement, Use as Nouns, etc.	49
IX. Adjectives and Adverbs	55
X. XI. The Relative	59, 63
XII. Correlatives	66
XIII. The Infinitive as a Noun	70
XIV. Final Clauses (Purpose Clauses)-Sequence of Tenses	74
XV. Consecutive Clauses (Result Clauses)	77
XVI. Ut, Ne, introducing a Noun Clause	83
XVII. Quominus, Quin-Verbs of Fearing	89
XVIII. Commands and Prohibitions	93
XIX. Remarks on Moods-Subjunctive used independently	96
XX. Interrogative Sentences-Direct	101
XXI. XXII. Interrogative Sentences-Dependent or Indirect	107, 111
XXIII. Tenses of the Indicative	115
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XXIV. How to translate Can, Could, May, Might, Shall, Must, etc.	121
XXV. Remarks on the Cases-the Nominative	125
XXVI. Apposition	129
XXVII. XXVIII. The Accusative	132, 136
XXIX.-XXXII. The Dative	139, 143, 146, 148
XXXIII.-XXXV. The Ablative	151, 156, 159
XXXVI.-XL. The Genitive	163, 166,168, 171, 173
XLI. Place, Space	178
XLII. Expressions of Time	182
XLIII. Prepositions-General Remarks ; Prepositions with Accusative	186
XLIV. Prepositions with Ablative	191
XLV. Pronouns, Personal and Demonstrative	194
XLVI. Pronouns, Reflexive and Emphatic	199
XLVII. Pronouns, Indefinite	203
XLVIII. A and B. Pronouns-Idem, alius, etc.	207, 211
XLIX. L. Gerund and Gerundive	214,218
LI. The Supines	222
LII. Participles	224
LIII. The Ablative Absolute	230
LIV. Temporal Clauses-General Rules, Cum	233
LV. Temporal Clauses-Dum, Donec, Priusquam, etc.	238
LVI. Oratio Obliqua (Indirect Discourse)	241
LVII.-LIX. Conditional Clauses	246, 251, 256
LX. Concessive Clauses	262
LXI. Causal and Explanatory Clauses	265
LXII. Comparative Clauses	268
CONTENTS
LXIII. Qui-Clauses : Final (Purpose) and Consecutive (Result)	276
LXIV. Qui-Clauses : Causal and Concessive	280
LXV. Reported Speeches in Oratio Obliqua	(Indirect Discourse) 283
LXVI. Numerals	289
LXVII. The Roman Calendar	294
APPENDIX: CONTINUOUS PROSE COMPOSITION-
Preliminary Hints	299
Passages for Translation	308
GENERAL VOCABULARY	385
INDEX OF SUBJECTS	431
LATIN INDEX	437

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Latin language -- Composition and exercises.
Latin language -- Grammar -- Problems, exercises, etc.